Lady Ivy Sinclair can't live without funds much longer, so she vows to land a sensible, serious husband her father will accept. But just when the gentleman is about to pop the question, another woman snatches away his attentions. Furious, Ivy hatches a plan—make him jealous by hiring a handsome man to impersonate a marquess—a marquess who happens to be madly in love with her.
The moment Ivy boldly kisses Dominic Sheridan—to test his fitness for the task at hand—she's sure he's perfect. What Ivy doesn't know is that the blue-eyed rake isn't acting at all, but intent on seducing her into committing the most wicked of sins.
Fun and fast paced, this second story in Ms. Caskie's The Seven Deadly Sins series, is not to be missed. With a cast of characters and a storyline that flows smoothly, The Most Wicked of Sins is well written.
Ivy is spoiled but learns fast that she can't have everything. Dominic is like a fish out of water as he enters the ton but learns fast to keep his opinions to himself and play along with the game of the season.
They both get themselves into mischief, but as in most romances, all's well that ends well and then readers can't wait until the next book in the series is on the shelves.
The 3rd book entitled The Duke's Night of Sin hits store August 2010.